Ten ideas to get your family talking about justice together!
Caring for Others: How to Teach Your Child to be an “Includer”
Refugees: Displaced people now surpass 60 million. One in every 113 people have been driven from their home due to violence, persecution, or human rights violations. What do your kids think of that number? Where should those families go?
Girls: #LeanInTogether is a new initiative to encourage leadership in girls. When women support one another great things happen.
Restorative Justice: Jail for many is not as simple as it seems. There is often more to the story.
Education: Talk to your kids about why early childhood education is so important. The first 1,000 days are critical to development.
Battling Entitlement: The story behind the viral photo of the West Point Graduate. Read it with your kids.
Race: Why the ‘Roots’ Remake is Important. It’s a story about extreme pain and beautiful resistance. Ask your kids what they think they can learn from history.
Human Trafficking: International Justice Mission (IJM) is hosting Freedom Sunday, September 25, 2016. Involve your church with these free resources.
Refugees: To be a refugee is to make impossible choices, a first-person perspective from OXFam.
Climate Change: Five amazing inventions for a sustainable future. What could you invent?
What did your family talk about?